I Know Who Killed MeJuly 27, 2007
A young girl who was missing reappears, but she claims to be someone else entirely.
Release Year: 2007
Rating: 3.6/10 (18,631 voted)
Critic's Score: 16/100
Stars: Lindsay Lohan, Julia Ormond, Neal McDonough
Aubrey Fleming is a regular high school student with friends and family. One night, she unexpectedly disappears. Two weeks later she is found unconscious in the middle of the woods. When spoken to, her loved ones realize she has forgotten her identity and the personality living in her body is Dakota Moss, a character that Aubrey created in one of her stories for an English assignment. Dakota denies ever being Aubrey knowing that they look identical. Now, Dakota must try to unravel the mystery of how her and Aubrey co-exist and find out who abducted Aubrey that night.
Dr. Alex Dupree
Agent Julie Bascome
(as Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon)
Jane Galloway Heitz
Nurse Irma Beck
Agent Phil Lazarus
Dr. Hannah Sommerly
There are two sides to every crime.
Sony Pictures [United States] |
Release Date: 27 July 2007
Filming Locations: 1090 Rubio Street, Altadena, California, USA
Box Office Details
Opening Weekend: $3,506,291
(29 July 2007)
Did You Know?
Was not screened for critics.
During one of the stripping scenes, Dakota's high-heel shoes change to black thigh-high boots.
Aubrey, honey – We'll have you home in no time.
Who are you? Who… is Aubrey? Where am I?
"BarbWire was better than this"
That's right, my girlfriend turned to me in the movie and said, "I
think BarbWire was better than this." Her opinion and mine seemed to
carry through to the whole audience in the advance screening we went to
last night. The audience was laughing at the horrible acting, terrible
script and crap camera work.
Specifics: Lohan works in a strip club where women are topless, yet she
never takes the top off and even in sheer bra has pasties on (or were
the pasties on top of the bra?). I could care less about seeing her
naked, but if you are playing a stripper you might have to at least
imply nudity with well placed hands.
Someone decided to inject humor into the movie into the most awkward
places. The biggest problem was trying to figure out why people were
laughing more during the "serious parts" than the "funny parts".
Characters come in, spout some wisdom and disappear behind a rock like
the Dungeon Master. I have a feeling that they are supposed to be
angels, maybe God himself?
The twists in the movie are tough to swallow. I will not even come
close to ruining them, they are not even worth ruining. Someone thought
they could write a M. Knight script, but failed.
Overall, this movie would be worth a rental from the dollar kiosk at
the grocery store, as long as everything else is sold out. I am glad I
got in for free. If you do decide to spend money to see this movie,
send me the cash instead, I will then hit you in the groin, you will
enjoy it more.